*FULL* Wreath Making with Sonoma Ecology Center (English and Spanish sessions)

*FULL* Wreath Making with Sonoma Ecology Center (English and Spanish sessions)

December 19, 2020

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Date(s) - 12/19/2020-12/21/2020
9:30 am-3:30 pm

Sonoma Garden Park


Wreath Making at Sonoma Garden Park

Date: Saturday, December 19
English Session: 9:30am – 12:00pm
Spanish Session: 1:00 – 3:30pm
Location: Sonoma Garden Park

Gather, friends, let’s make a circle round on the winter solstice! We will make something beautiful from nature to decorate your home or give as a gift.

Sonoma Ecology Center will be hosting its free wreath making workshop at Sonoma Garden Park on Saturday, December 19th. Using all local greenery and forest findings, you will learn techniques to bundle and loop, creating original rings of glory. An ancient tradition, wreaths make the perfect winter welcome at an entrance, holiday centerpiece or wall decoration. Whether yours is a traditional evergreen wreath or a new year “hoop of hope”, its intention will shine through. 

Led by Julia Megna, SEC’s Education Project Manager and owner of Hundred Acre Greenery, and Alma Shaw, Senderos coordinator for Team Sugarloaf and Sonoma Ecology Center. 

There is no charge for this outing, which is made possible by the voters of Sonoma County who fund the work of  Ag + Open Space with a quarter-cent sales tax.

Registration is required to ensure events are in compliance with Sonoma County’s Health Order governing outdoor recreation. Register here >>

For more information, contact Tony Passantino at tony@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Sonoma Garden Park was protected by Ag + Open Space in November of 2011 for recreation and preservation of its natural resources, and learning classroom environment for agriculture field trips for nearby elementary schools through Sonoma Ecology Center’s “Growing Discovery” program. The 6-acre property, hidden in eastern Sonoma, is an incredible public park and working garden site in Sonoma Valley, containing a wide array of habitats alongside sustainably designed systems for both agriculture use and landscaping purposes.

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